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Hundreds Support Call For Divestment

At a half-day teach-in at MIT Monday, faculty and students from Harvard and MIT, including MIT Professor Noam Chomsky, protested

Pre-Frosh Flock to Harvard for Weekend

A rare earthquake in the Northeast did not faze hundreds of pre-frosh from descending on Cambridge this weekend—though what they

Let’s Go Attracts Large Pool of Applicants

Despite a year marred by harsh criticism from its publishers and the death of a researcher-writer, Let’s Go has drawn

KSG Pick New Academic Dean

Belfer Professor of International Affairs Stephen M. Walt has been appointed academic dean of the John F. Kennedy School of


Harris Discusses Florida, Elections

Florida Secretary of State and congressional candidate Katherine Harris spoke at the Kennedy School of Government’s ARCO forum last night,

Central Square: A Tradition of Diversity

Located halfway along Massachusetts Avenue between Harvard and Kendall Squares, Central Square has historically been a thriving commercial district like

Famed Cartoonist Cites Comics’ Importance

More than 200 people filled the Carpenter Center lecture hall last night to listen to Pulitzer Prize-winning author and cartoonist

Quad Renovations To Address Overcrowding

Harvard will be creating additional housing in the Radcliffe Quad this summer, Associate Dean of the College for Human Resources


Institute Marks 35 Years of Political Study

The Institute of Politics (IOP) celebrated its 35th anniversary last night with a party at the ARCO Forum that included

PBHA Gets New Board

PBHA Elects New Officers

The Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) elected Laura E. Clancy ’02 its president in a three hour cabinet meeting last


Porn Mogul Flynt Speaks at Sanders

In his quest to publish the magazine Hustler, Larry Flynt has encountered more than his share of controversy over the


Voter Turnout Drops

A mere 17,684 Cambridge residents—roughly 31 percent of those registered— came out to vote yesterday for what was one of

Hall Hopes To Provide a Voice

Robert L. Hall wants to give his community a voice on the City Council. Hall lives in Rindge Towers, a

Panel Addresses Islam, Terrorism

About 60 people gathered yesterday in Straus Common Room for a panel discussion entitled “International Terrorism and Islam.” The talk

Local Company Distances Itself From bin Laden

A half-brother of Osama bin Laden and a relative of a family suspected of funding his operations were identified Tuesday